If you want to see the site for more information, you can easily do this by using one of the many different web search engines that are available on the Internet. When you search in Google or Yahoo for “see site for more” you will receive many results. One of these results should be a site called “Revision”, and if you click on it you will be taken to a page that gives you some information about what kind of files you can download from this directory. On the left hand side there is a line that says “Zip/zai” and underneath that is a drop down box which says “Download Directory”.
Do you want to see the website for more information?
To use the above site you need to first click on “Zip/zai” and on the next screen choose the “Upload” command-line. Once you click this, the web browser page will begin to upload the files that you want to view on your website. You need to know that when you upload the configuration files you will be sending your own copies to each web page (unless you specify otherwise). Once the site has been uploaded all you have to do is view the home directory to see if there is a page that requires an import. The import task normally requires that you fill in the name of the web directory that you want to put the files into.
Most often when you see the site for more information on the Web you will see a page that requires an installation directory. This usually means that you are working with a non-standard configuration or you do not have the appropriate configuration files needed to run the Apache service. You can still work around this problem by changing one of the configuration commands in your Apache service configuration. Change the Listen Apache=config set so that it says Listen directive instead of Listen function. This command-line method should only be used on servers, where you already have an installation directory specified.